Tagged: Royal Caribbean International

Wonder of the Seas to Star in China for Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean International  (logo)The Wonder of the Seas is set to star in the Chinese market when the fifth Oasis-class ship debuts in Shanghai in mid 2021. According to Dr. Zinan Liu, chairman of Royal Caribbean Cruises Asia, discussions are ongoing regarding Southern homeports for a winter program, including both Guangzhou and Hong Kong. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Michael Schenker Fest Confirmed For 70000 Tons Of Metal 2020

70000 Tons Of Metal, The Original, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise, is deeply honored and humbled to have the opportunity to host a legendary figure in the history of metal guitar on board #RoundX: They welcome the distinguished Michael Schenker, alongside his entourage in Michael Schenker Fest, aboard for 2020. (stage.bravewords.com)

70000 TONS OF METAL: World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise Announces First 10 Bands For Round X

If you follow 70000 Tons Of Metal, the world’s biggest heavy metal cruise, on social media, you may have noticed that they are notorious for using the term “soon” when it comes to their festival announcements. This year, they really stretched the meaning of “soon,” with fans waiting in anticipation for the lineup and sale dates. Well, the new “soon” is now… (blabbermouth.net)

Royal Caribbean Unveils Bold Features on New Odyssey of the Seas

Revealing the Bold, New Odyssey of the Seas, Sailing November 2020

Royal Caribbean International is setting an uncharted course for adventure with the cruise line’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas. The first Quantum Ultra Class ship to arrive in North America will tout a brand-new look to match the fleet’s most action-packed top deck to date, and a mix of record-holding hits and groundbreaking firsts for a game-changing cruise vacation. (more…)

Grandeur of the Seas to Transfer to Pullmantur

Grandeur of the SeasThe Grandeur of the Seas will move from Royal Caribbean International to the Pullmantur brand in early 2021. The 1996-built ship will increase Pullmantur’s capacity by 1,950 berths, representing a 32.5 percent increase for the Spanish brand, according to “Cruise Industry News” data. Royal Caribbean is a stakeholder in Pullmantur. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Cruise ship chaos: Hundreds of British passengers refused entry to China

Sobbing families said they were “treated like criminals” by border staff at Beijing Airport after flying in to join a 12-day Royal Caribbean cruise. They had been told they would be able to enter the country under a 144-hour visa exemption system that would allow them to spend three days sightseeing before boarding Quantum of the Seas. (express.co.uk)

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